Something as simple as the golden rule can change the way you conduct meetings.

The ‘You be me, I’ll be you’ exercise builds on the idea that understanding a coworkers actions and the reasons behind them helps build teamwork.  It’s not unlike the same lessons we learned as kids with more complex dynamics.

Episode 108 of the meeting leadership podcast continues our Meeting Leadership exercises, where you can get an example of how to instill this at your meetings.

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• A ttention Grabber

• G reat Goals

• E xcitement

• N avigation Tools

• D ecide Now

• A ccountability Check-In

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